Loot Wearables Subscription by Loot Crate Review – August 2017
Loot Wearables is part of the Loot Wear subscription collection from Loot Crate. Each month, Loot Wearables sends 1 wearable that is centered around seasonal apparel, hoodies, lounge pants and long-sleeves for $14.99. And Loot Crate announces the theme before each monthly shipment, so you can opt out of any month you aren’t interested in.
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The Subscription Box: Loot Wearables by Loot Crate
The Cost: $14.99 a month with free shipping
COUPON: Use code ADDICTION or SAVE3 to save 10% off any length subscription (Saves over $16 on an annual subscription), or $3 off month-to-month.
The Products: Each month, Loot Wearables sends 1 item of seasonal apparel – hoodies, lounge pants and long-sleeves.
Ships to: US + Worldwide!
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The August wearable is a super-thin t-shirt hoodie featuring the Assassins Creed logo.
The shipments come with a fold-out information card that has full spoilers of every Loot Wear line for the month.
Assassins Creed Hoodie
This month’s wearable is a hoodie – but it’s about the thinnest t-shirt hoodie I’ve ever worn. It’ll be good for early Fall and early Spring.
It’s got a design down the left arm, and a shiny gold logo – overall, I like the design. The cut of the hoodie is really odd – it’s like a baseball tee and the front and back, so it drapes down – not my style. There’s also no front pocket – so essentially, think of it as a long sleeve tee with an added hood.
Verdict: This month’s wearable was not for me – the odd style doesn’t suit me one bit – and while I like the games, Assassins Creed isn’t one of my go-to franchises of games.
Also – aside from the product itself, Loot Crate has been having shipping issues this year, so we want to make sure I call that out in the review. It seems like things are starting to improve, though.
What do you think of the August 2017 Loot Wearable?